You count on your home’s A/C system to keep your family cool and comfortable. Unfortunately, even with the most diligent and aggressive air conditioning maintenance program, at some point, your air conditioner will reach a point where all the A/C repair in the world can’t keep it running anymore. When this happens, do you know who to call for HVAC replacement you can trust?
Peace Heating and Air Conditioning proudly serves Denver and the surrounding area with a complete suite of heating and air conditioning services provided by our friendly NATE certified HVAC technicians, including:
- Air filters, air purifiers, and filtration solutions
- AC installation
- Air conditioning repair
- Air duct repair
- Commercial HVAC, heating, and cooling
- Residential HVAC, heating, and cooling
- Dryer vent cleaning
- Duct sealing
- Furnace installation
- Gas furnace repair
- Gas piping
- Heat pump installation
- Indoor air quality solutions
- Preventive maintenance
- And much more!
There are plenty of HVAC contractors out there, so why choose Peace Heating and Air Conditioning to take care of your AC installation, repair, and replacement needs in Denver, NC, and surrounding areas?
The answer is, we care more. Every technician we send out is licensed, bonded, insured and NATE certified. But that’s just the start. Our technicians treat every customer we deal with the same way we would our own family, friends, and neighbors.
Whether you need a simple preventative maintenance call or a complete HVAC system overhaul and new installation, Peace Heating and Air Conditioning is here to make it go as smoothly and seamlessly as possible from start to finish.
We even have available financing options for customers with approved credit, and our A+ rating with the Better Business Bureau means you can trust us to take care of your air conditioning and heat needs, keeping your family comfortable and happy all year long. It’s why Peace Heating is where peace of mind meets heating and air conditioning!
For 100% satisfaction and real solutions to all your air conditioning HVAC repair and replacement needs, call(704) 746-9723 or click here to contact Peace Heating and Air Conditioning for scheduling to help ensure your family’s comfort with Denver’s HVAC contractor.
To learn more about AC replacement Denver trusts, keep reading for FAQs from customers just like you!
Frequently Asked Questions About AC Replacement
Peace Heating and Air Conditioning gives you straight talk, honest answers, and real solutions to all your heating or air conditioning questions—and much more!
Question: Should I have my home’s air conditioning serviced even if I don’t think I actually need air conditioning repair? –Jacqueline, Denver, NC
Answer: AC units, like any other mechanical system, require care and HVAC maintenance to run their best. We recommend having your entire system, including your gas furnace or electric heating and air conditioning, checked out at least twice a year, ideally in the fall and spring. This helps ensure you get hot air when you need it and cool air when you want it and helps to prevent emergency calls due to unexpected HVAC system malfunction. While our technicians are out for a preventative maintenance call, they go through an exhaustive checklist and note any possible issues and problems, which are then brought to the business or homeowner’s attention so they can decide how best to address the issues. Even with consistent, aggressive HVAC maintenance, at some point, your system will run up against the outer limits of its service life. When this happens, having a new unit installed is the only choice if you want to have climate control.
Question: How can I tell when I need an HVAC replacement? Kenneth, Denver
Answer: In 2021, AC units have come a long way. They offer superior operational life, energy-saving, extended warranties, quiet, efficient operation, and more even, consistent temperatures throughout your home. Usually, the first signs your air conditioner and heat may need repair and replacement come in the form of odd noises from the unit, an unexpected increase in your power bill without any changes in your regular energy consumption, hot air when you expect cold or vice versa, uneven air distribution or, most obviously, the unit simply doesn’t work at all. Generally, we recommend if you’ve spent more than 49% of the original purchase price of your system on repairs, it’s probably time to consider letting your current system go to that great machine shop in the sky and replacing it with a new system by Ryno, Trane, Honeywell or other well-known, respected brands in the climate control business. This will help keep your family cozy through the warmer weather of summer and the whole year through!
Question: I just had air conditioning repair last year, but now I’m being told I need a new HVAC system. What’s the deal? –Ted, Denver, NC
Answer: You can realistically expect to get 15-20 years of service from your existing air-conditioning, assuming you keep up with regular maintenance and nothing untoward happens to the unit, such as getting struck by lightning, having a tree fall it, etc. Even the most durable and rugged systems are eventually going to fail, though. Parts and bearings may wear out, and depending on the age of the unit, may be out of stock and nearly impossible to get. The system might not be rated for next-generation coolant, meaning it either cannot be serviced at all or requires special handling, which also requires additional fees due to EPA regulations. If you’ve spent more than 49% of the value of your system at installation on repairs (either a straight one-to-one calculation or adjusted for inflation, if you have the patience for the extra math), and/or one or more parts has failed to the point where it cannot be readily repaired, and/or your electrical bill is more then 10-15% over your normal budget even though nothing else about your usage profile has changed, it’s time. Ask your friendly Peace Heating and Air Conditioning field technician for a free estimate on a new system for your home or business!
Question: Is air conditioning installation hard? –Bryanna, Denver, NC
Answer: There’s no such thing as a “hard” job, generally speaking—but some repair and installations do include some additional surprises and challenges which add to the difficulty of installing replacement AC. In some cases, especially with older homes, the ductwork may not be compatible with a new system without modification. This situation demands the ductwork be adapted to mesh smoothly with the new system. Removal and disposal of the old system in a safe and environmentally friendly manner is also a factor, although to be honest that’s one of the smaller ones. If your system is located in an unusual place in your home or business, this can also increase the potential issues we could run into during the installation. For more information, schedule a free estimate for all your Race City heating needs! Our technicians will go over the current state of the system, evaluate its location and other factors which may impact the work and give you an approximate timeframe and budget for the new system, so you’re always in the driver’s seat with regards to your family’s or employees’ comfort!
Question: How can I be sure I’m getting a fair price for Denver HVAC work? –Roderick, Denver, NC
Answer: Most HVAC contractors in the Denver area are honest about their pricing, both because to comply with relevant marketing laws and keep their company license they have to be and because it’s just the right thing to do. The thing many customers forget is, it’s not just about getting the best price on the unit itself. A great price doesn’t mean much if the quality of the work isn’t on point. It’s when your contractor does their job and consistently does it right, the first time, every time, in a way that works with the design of your home or business and the needs of the people within it, that you know you’ve gotten the best possible deal. For AC repair Denver knows and counts on, try Peace Heating and Air Conditioning. We offer specials and strategic solutions to help save you money on your HVAC installation, service and repairs in Denver, and our skilled technicians always work to make sure you get the best possible value for your hard-earned money no matter what the job!
Question: I have a family member in the Charlotte area but who’s further out and needs a replacement AC unit. Can Peace Heating and Air Conditioning help? –Prita, Denver, NC
Answer: Even if your family member isn’t local to the 28117, Peace Heating and Air Conditioning serves the greater Denver and Charlotte areas and beyond! We offer our services for just about any property in the following cities as part of our approved service area. Even if you don’t see their city on this list, give us a call and we’ll happily check to see if they’re in range. Remember, at Peace Heating and Air Conditioning, we are where peace of mind meets heating and air conditioning, and we’re always ready and willing to help you and yours get the comfortable, safe, welcoming environment you deserve!
- Denver NC
- Granite Falls
- Indian Trail
- Iron Station
- Lake Norman
- Mint Hill
- Mount Holly
- Mount Pleasant
- Sherrills Ford
- Stony Point
- and more!
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About Denver, North Carolina
The area around Denver was first settled by white people in 1747, although the site of present-day Denver (formerly known as Dry Pond) wasn’t settled until 1770. Figures from the early days of the settlement also played a role in the Revolutionary War, The name was changed to attract the railroads to invest in the town, and was named for Denver, Colorado, which at the time of the change was petitioning for American statehood. Today, Denver fronts on Lake Norman and is a thriving community which harkens back to its Presbyterian and Lutheran roots. Keep reading to learn more about Denver and the fun things to do here!
Things To Do in Denver, NC
Want to give the kids a great place to burn off some energy and cool down in the hot weather? Beatty’s Ford Park offers volleyball, horseshoes, disc golf, playground equipment and a splash park, as well as well-groomed walking paths, picnicking facilities and a walking path to give your family a much-needed breath of fresh air in beautiful outdoor surroundings. Click the link above to find out more about park hours and special events!
If you or someone you love is a vintage and antiques fiend, Vintiques Antiques Mall is a great place to get your fix. 11,000 square feet of classic, rare and hard-to-find items encompassing everything from kitchenware to clothing to collector’s-issue vinyl records and much more await you. Click the header to visit their Facebook page and see what there is to see!
Want to get more away from it all? The Rock Springs Nature Preserve is 108 acres of just what the doctor ordered. Maintained by the Catawba Lands Conservancy, the Nature Preserve is home to owls, deer, turtles and other wildlife, as well as the trees and brush they call home. To view the map of the preserve and learn more about special events, click the header above!
If you’d like to hit the water, Westport Marina on the shore of Lake Norman has you covered with boat launch facilities, fueling, a Ship’s Store and everything you need to make your day on the lake fun, exciting and safe. Don’t have a boat? No problem! You can rent one from the marina for a half or full day, letting you and your family cruise the lake in style. To find out more about Westport Marina’s facilities and offerings, click the link above to visit their website!
Built by descendants of some of the original settlers and founders of the Denver area and the Rock Springs Methodist Camp Meeting grounds, Mundy House is currently managed by the Lincoln County Historical Association Museum and offices. At the moment, Mundy House is closed due to COVID-19 restrictions, but they are anticipating reopening shortly, so make sure to click the header above to learn more about Mundy House’s recent renovations, and click the link to LCHA to keep tabs on the latest news about reopening!